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    Pantera - Five Minutes Alone
    Bonobo - Dismantling Frank
    Dreadzone - Out of Heaven
    Rage Against The Machine - Wake Up
    Jose Gonzalez - Broken Arrows
    A Perfect Circle - The Hollow
    Wu-Tang Clan - The Projects
    Tool - Crawl Away
    Mase - Feel So Good
    Kyuss - Gardenia

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    Jinky lecturing people on music tastes when his very first track is by Toploader.


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    The joy of random selection. I will argue that is the only Toploader song on my iPod and it IS a classic.

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    1. We Are Scientists - Callbacks
    2. Joe Lean & The Jing Jang Jong - Far To Early To Tell
    3. Stereophonics - Pedalpusher
    4. Arcade Fire - Keep The Car Running
    5. The Courteeners - Scratch Your Name Upon My Lips
    6. Gas Club - Storm Don't Say
    7. Seasick Steve - Just Because I Can
    8. Foo Fighters - Stranger Things Have Happened
    9. James - Crazy
    10. The Beatles - And I love Her

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    I do think the shuffle on my iPod is a bit skewed. I've got thousands of tracks on there but I put it on shuffle when I went out earlier and still got two of the tracks that were "randomly" picked the other day that I posted on here, right at the start, and I hadn't used it since then.
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    I think the iPod random tries to be a bit clever and not go from one extreme to the other, but ends up repeating a load of the same tunes. There's a setting in iTunes somewhere that lets you specify just how random your random actually is.
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    I use Mediamonkey for my iPod, iTunes is fucking horrible.
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    Today's

    Ayla - The Maccabees
    Bones - Radiohead
    Sideman - Primal Scream
    Haiti - Arcade Fire
    Little Black Submarine - Black Keys
    Fire - Jake Bugg
    She Just Won't Believe Me - Tame Impala
    Call It A Day - the Raconteurs
    On A Wire - UNKLE
    I Think I'm In Love - Spiritualized
    "I know I believe in nothing, but it is my nothing."

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    Jake Bugg, NWW. I'm not sure about him. I like a couple of the tracks but he seems like a bit of a cock and I reckon this is a big as he'll ever be.

    Nice stuff with Spiritualized, mind.

    Let's have a go myself:

    Falling - Alicia Keys
    David Watts - The Kinks
    You're The Best Thing - The Style Council
    Line Up - Elastica
    I Can't Imagine The World Without Me - Echobelly
    Sunday Morning Call - Oasis
    Dreaming Of You - The Coral
    If - The Bluetones
    The Ballad Of John and Yoko - The Beatles
    Alma Matters - Morrissey
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    It's a nice album though not as good as I first thought.
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    Impressed by the spiritualized, though I know NWW is a big fan of LAGWAFIS.
    Impressed by James on SSB's list too - I think Crazy is a really good tune.

    I'll do a list tomorrow.

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    new go:

    on repeat - lcd soundsystem
    do the rump - the black keys
    nothing to offer - sister ray
    temptation - heaven 17 [WTF!]
    throw your weight - the sky drops
    harmony 1 - spiritualized
    sleep well tonight - gene (one for deutsch there)
    need you around - smoking popes
    leaning against the wall - kings of convenience
    new church - the lords of the new church
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    Tonights sh1t

    1. Badgeman Brown - Blur
    2. Money - Suede
    3. A thousand Miles - Vanessa Karlton (Blame me downloading Now 1-70)
    4. Promiscuous Girl - Nelly Furtado (I must delete these Now albums)
    5. Building a Fire - James
    6. Sweet Sensation -UB40
    7. Hyacinth House - The Doors
    8. Sunshine and Love - Happy Mondays
    9. Endless Love - Lionel Ritchie
    10. This is how it feels - Inspiral Carpets

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    Sigur Rós - Flugufrelsarinn
    Katie Musgraves - Blowin' Smoke
    Nina Nesbitt - STAY OUT
    Ben Howard - Oats in the water
    Fleetwood Mac - Rhiannon
    Sigur Rós - Hoppípolla
    Brandi Carlisle - Keep your heart young
    Boards of Canada - Reach for the dead
    Bob Marley - Redemption song
    Maribou State - Tongue
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    The Herbaliser - Shortys Judgement
    Nirvana - School
    Stone Temple Pilots - Sour Girl
    Page & Plant - Kashmir (Unledded version)
    Radiohead - How to disappear completely
    Metallica - My friend of Misery
    Pantera - The Sleep
    Alice In Chains - Heaven Beside You
    Beastie Boys - Too Many Rappers
    Jeff Buckley - Your flesh is so nice
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    I honestly didn't think people were that stupid...

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    Quote Originally Posted by lemonjelly View Post
    Impressed by the spiritualized, though I know NWW is a big fan of LAGWAFIS.
    Impressed by James on SSB's list too - I think Crazy is a really good tune.

    I'll do a list tomorrow.
    Indeed! It's a 'High Fidelity' album. Magnificent.
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    DDW - We appear to have a rather similar music taste!

    Sour Girl is a fantastic song.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nando View Post
    DDW - We appear to have a rather similar music taste!

    Sour Girl is a fantastic song.
    Mate I've said that for a while. Sour Girl is amazing, but so is most of that album. Did you hear they have fired Scott Weiland and replaced him?
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    I honestly didn't think people were that stupid...

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    With the guy from Linkin Park

    And yes, it is.

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    Respect brah
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    I honestly didn't think people were that stupid...

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    Today's lot:

    Alison Krauss - Down to the River to Pray
    Smashing Pumpkins - Mayonnaise
    Porno For Pyros - Pets
    Whiskeytown - Excuse Me While I Break My Own Heart
    Bright Eyes - First Day of My Life
    Nine Inch Nails - Heresy
    The Cure - Lullaby
    Blind Melon - Change
    Metallica - Until It Sleeps
    Band of Horses - St Augustine
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tyrannosaurus Dan View Post
    Today's lot:

    Alison Krauss - Down to the River to Pray
    Smashing Pumpkins - Mayonnaise
    Porno For Pyros - Pets
    Whiskeytown - Excuse Me While I Break My Own Heart
    Bright Eyes - First Day of My Life
    Nine Inch Nails - Heresy
    The Cure - Lullaby
    Blind Melon - Change
    Metallica - Until It Sleeps
    Band of Horses - St Augustine
    Nice selection there, T-Dan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deutsch Wolf View Post
    Falling - Alicia Keys

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    I'll have another go...

    Silverchair - My Favourite Thing
    The Kooks - Naive
    Friendly Fires - On Board
    Everything Everything - Feet For Hands
    Foals - Milk & Black Spiders
    Peace - Bloodshake
    M83 - Reunion
    Queens of the Stone Age - Millionaire
    Reel Big Fish - You Don't Know
    Local Natives - Cards and Quarters

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    Quote Originally Posted by So Long Architect View Post
    Nice selection there, T-Dan.
    Ta, a bit of a weird country/rock mix though!

    I see you are a fellow Buffalo Tom fan. Good stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tyrannosaurus Dan View Post
    Ta, a bit of a weird country/rock mix though!

    I see you are a fellow Buffalo Tom fan. Good stuff.
    Yeah, love Buffalo Tom. Good to see some Whiskeytown in there, too.

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    Today's random selection:

    Unwashed and Somewhat Slightly Dazed - David Bowie
    Just War - Danger Mouse/Gruff Rhys
    Cotton Fields - Creedence Clearwater Revival
    I Would Die 4 U - Prince
    This Fire - Franz Ferdinand
    You've Got Me - Cosmic Rough Riders
    Polished Stone - Blur
    Mid-Town - Calexico
    Poison Arrow - Sonic Youth
    (Do you Wanna) Come Walk With Me? - Isobel Cambell/Mark Lanegan

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    Same Jeans - The View
    Let's Get It On - Marvin Gaye
    Poison - The Prodigy
    I Have Forgiven Jesus - Morrissey
    I Want It That Way - Backstreet Boys
    Tequila - Terrorvision
    Hard To Explain - The Strokes
    What Difference Does It Make - The Smiths
    Titanium - David Guetta
    Sussudio - Phil Collins

    That one's all over the shop, good randoming, iPod.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deutsch Wolf View Post
    Same Jeans - The View
    Let's Get It On - Marvin Gaye
    Poison - The Prodigy
    I Have Forgiven Jesus - Morrissey
    I Want It That Way - Backstreet Boys
    Tequila - Terrorvision
    Hard To Explain - The Strokes
    What Difference Does It Make - The Smiths
    Titanium - David Guetta
    Sussudio - Phil Collins

    That one's all over the shop, good randoming, iPod.


    And this is why I love DW's music taste. So random, but at least I know everyone , unlike many other posters ipod shuffles. Might put mine up a bit later, that will sure to take you all back in time !!

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    I thought you loved me for my good looks, charm and intimate knowledge of the works of Franz Kafka. Oh well iPod, it's all down to you....
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